Ξ August 28th, 2009 | → 0 Comments | ∇ art/crafts, Canada, cottage country, family, fun activity, Haliburton, Haliburton Highlands, holiday(s), nature, NON paid Post, Ontario, Photography, summertime, Trails, Travel/Vacation |
The weather people are categorizing this summer’s weather as “unusual” which somehow strikes me the same way as when one comments upon something as being “interesting.”
The weather guys offered up several scenarios including the jet stream in the wrong place and ice on Hudson Bay but ultimately concede that there’s really no explaining the weather definitively.
So, what to expect this week?
Tonight (Friday) as today has been, rather mild with light rain.
Saturday, expect light rain or “cloudy with showers” conditions throughout the day into evening. The daytime high will be about 59°F. Sunday showers will be isolated. The high will be 60°F and low 51°F.
Monday will be as many Mondays this summer have been–sunny. On this last day of August fall begins to creep into the air with Monday high of 60°F and an overnight low of 48°F. September starts off promisingly. Expect sunny skies and a comfortable high of 68°F. Nighttime temperatures will dip down to 46°F.
Wednesday expect another bright sunny day. Temperatures again will be quite lovely at 71°F. Expect another 48°F nighttime low.
There will be a change in the weather on Thursday. Expect a cloudy day with showers throughout and a high of 68°F. The low Thursday night will be a chilly 44°F. Finishing out the week and beginning the Labour Day weekend, expect mainly sunny skies with a nighttime low of 53°F.
I’ll be sure to have the Labour Day weekend weather report up Thursday or early Friday as I’m just as curious as you are what to expect. I’m looking forward to our return to Maple Lake to close up the cottage and I’m hoping for one nice day to get in some Lake time.
Have a great week!
More photos taken by my spouse, Roger Corrao with the first Panasonic point and shoot we’ve ever owned. We were both getting familiar with it at this point though I daresay he caught on much more quickly than did I.
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